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Joramco wins surprise Lufthansa A340 work

Posted 27 January 2017 · Add Comment

Jordanian MRO provider Joramco – now 80% owned by Dubai's DAE – has won a surprise contract from German carrier Lufthansa.

Typically, Lufthansa uses its in-house maintenance specialist Lufthansa Technik, but has turned to the Amman operator to complete C-checks on two Airbus A340s.
According to Joramco the heavy checks will include cabin modifications.
Completion of both aircraft will be by the end of February, the company said.
 

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